Red Hat Virtualization Reporting Evolution: Transitioning to Metrics Store

As Red Hat engineers, we are always looking to incorporate features that empower administrators and decision makers. Our goal is to enable them to be proactive, efficient, and to help them maximize value from their infrastructure.

To this end, we are currently working on how to significantly improve the reporting and metrics API in Red Hat Virtualization Manager, our management platform for virtualized resources. Until recently, Red Hat Virtualization relied on native reports and data warehouse engines to provide

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Architecting Containers Part 4: Workload Characteristics and Candidates for Containerization

Many development and operations teams are looking for guidelines to help them determine what applications can be containerized and how difficult it may be. In Architecting Containers Part 3: How the User Space Affects Your Applications we took an in depth look at how the user space affects applications for both developers and operations. In this article we are going to take a look at workload characteristics and the level of effort required to containerize different types of applications.

The goal of this article is to provide guidance based on current capabilities and best practices within

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